Parents and family members are encouraged to create shared experiences with their student throughout her college experience. Consider what sorority life could contribute...
It is no secret that people go through an immense amount of change in college; changing environments completely and learning to gain independence is quite the balancing act when paired with coursework and managing one's time. Our community is focused on a growth mindset, and we are always looking to help build up our members to reach the potential we see in each and every person.
At K-State, the Sorority Community thrives on making connections and creating positive, shared experiences between all groups of people. While we are so excited to welcome women into our community in the fall, we know that means some parents won't see their daughter every day after school anymore. The Sorority Community prides itself on being able to help a young woman navigate this change while building her professional and personal development skills, but we also strive to help enrich her relationship with her parents. By holding events such as Mom's and Dad's weekends, these become opportunities for parents to bond with their daughters on a whole new level and provide an insight into what Sorority life truly is.
We encourage any mother or father who is looking to help strengthen their connection with their daughter in college to learn about Primary Panhellenic Recruitment, which we hold in the fall. Our shared experiences may look different this year, but we do not want that to deter us from furthering our relationships with those who we love.